Following the recent listing that appeared on Amazon, Merge Games have come out to announce that The Coma: Recut, will in fact have a physical release and you can find today’s news right here:




Merge Games to bring retail version of survival-horror game “The Coma: Recut” to Nintendo Switch.:


Monday February 26, 2018, Manchester, UK. – Merge Games Ltd., a privately-owned video game publisher, is proud to announce it has signed with Digerati to bring a retail version of the survival-horror game “The Coma: Recut” to Nintendo Switch.

Digerati Managing director, Nick Alfieri, commented on the announcement, “We’ve been anticipating the possibility of finally bringing fans a physical copy of The Coma: Recut for the Nintendo Switch. Thanks to Merge Games, we can finally deliver on this promise and the quality of their work speaks for itself!”

The Coma: Recut sees players take on the guise of Youngho, a Korean high school student trapped and relentlessly pursued by a psychotic killer in the hellish corridors of Sehwa High. Players must run, hide, explore, and survive while piecing together the mystery of The Coma: Recut – a remastered version of the Korean cult classic.

Luke Keighran, Merge Games’ Managing Director, added, “Merge Games is delighted to be working with Digerati. I’m confident that having the opportunity to add a boxed version of The Coma: Recut to their collection will be very exciting for fans.”

Source: Merge Games PR



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